Digitally printed cushion fabric July 31, 2014

Here is an example of a fabric cushion design created by our clients using ourDigital Fabric Printer. We give you the flexibility to choose whichever design you like. The client designed a geometric and patterned style cushion with the shades of blue, pink and green.

Digitally printed army bags July 30, 2014

Below are some images of a special client of ours who we worked with recently. She wanted to produce army laundry bags to assist our brave soldiers overseas currently fighting in the Middle East. We helped create her designs by using our Digital Fabric Printer. For more information, please visit her blog site aussieheroquilts.blogspot.com The client wanted to emphasise the use of bright colours to help inspire and cheer up our soldiers. Here are some examples of the many designs the client…

We’re a part of Sydney Fringe 2013! July 28, 2014

We’re so excited to share the fabric squares That We recently printed for  Who! Creative , featured as a part of S’CAD, a joint exhibition During Sydney Fringe Festival. Vaguely inspired by Banksy’s film / documentary, Exit Through The Gift Shop, the fabric squares will be made into cushions. Digital fabric printing is an economical printing process, Especially suitable for independent designers and labels That only require a short run. The photos printed on the fabric squares are taken using an iPhone and edited…

Custom Bamboo Table Numbers July 27, 2014

We were thrilled to work with client Stacey to create these unique laser cut bamboo table numbers for her wedding day. We helped design and laser cut them for her while she painted and assembled them herself. Here are some gorgeous photographs of the finished product and Stacey’s special day captured by Melbourne photographer Andy Rogers.

Printing mountains July 27, 2014

Above is an image of digitally printed fabric we created for a student, with a mountain design printed onto the fabric for later use. We are open to helping students complete their assignments and offer digital fabric printing and laser cutting services to them.

Sheer Fabric Printing July 25, 2014

Fresh out of our fabric printer, check out the sheer fabric printing we did for a client below. The result is a floaty, dreamy and ethereal. For more information on how we can help you materialise your design, please contact info@melbournelasercutter.com.au. Fabric coming out of the printer. The end result: High quality image printed on sheer fabric.

Mrs & Mrs Lady Invitation July 24, 2014

We are excited to be creating invitations for couples of all sorts and we are proud to support marriage equality in Australia and around the world. In support of equality we have created this Mrs & Mrs Lady Invitation featuring stunning laser cut bride details. Check it out here and keep in mind we can create any custom design to express your love journey with your partner.  

Personalised Laser Cut Coasters July 20, 2014

We printed some more laser cut coasters onto 2.5mm bamboo for client Steph who gave them away as a gift. “The present was for a friend who turned 40, who has very distinctive sayings. He also loves beer! Combine the two, and I thought coasters with his sayings would be something that he would get a chuckle out of and enjoy using. And he does!”, Steph says. Get in touch so we can personalise coasters or placemats for you and…

Laser Cut Balloons by Stephanie Mangos July 18, 2014

Canberra resident Stephanie Mangos creates abstract laser cut designs from Hoop Pine Plywood, focusing on geometric shapes- it almost takes you back to primary school days of tessellating tiles. She uses etching for contrast in some of her designs, and for the addition of her signature, but her more simple creations such as her buttons have their shape as the focus. Stephanie is primarily a sculptural artists and student at the Australian National University, but this venture into digital laser…

Smiling Pebble and MLC July 14, 2014

MLC and Lydra Group love working with creative small businesses to create beautiful items. One success story is Smiling Pebble, a jewellery brand created by French Illustrator Amandine Thomas. Smiling Pebble’s current line is inspired by Japanese paper origami and is laser cut in our studio, mainly out of quality bamboo. Amandine digitally designed the products herself and they are all hand constructed and finished. She made full use of the etching capabilities of the machine for the detailed lines…

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